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Malaysian Invasion at Komedia

Published on by Liyanna Bt Mohamed Zulkifli (author)

Brighton Malaysian Festival (photo: Liyana Zulkifli)

Brighton Malaysian Festival

Komedia turned into a Mini Malaysia, as 200 Malaysian students gathered there for the Brighton Malaysian Festival.

Binge Drinking Students Could Be Heading For An Early Grave

Published on by Emily Williamson (author), Emily Williamson (photographer)

Student buying alcohol (photo: Emily Williamson)

Student buying alcohol

The binge drinking culture is continuing to thrive, leading to severe health problems for our future generation, but universities are attempting to tackle the tough subject.

Pop-up shops in Hastings set to bring a new experience to local shoppers

Published on by Megan Bilsby (author)

Pop-up Shops (photo: Megan Bilsby)

Pop-up Shops

Local shoppers are becoming increasingly interested in what pop-up shops have to offer. However despite the economic growth opportunities the market is bringing to Hastings, many shoppers are struggling to be attracted to what the stalls have to offer, leaving them no choice but to stick to the high-street stores.

Day of tradition marred by the smell of oil and the sound of engines

Published on by Oscar Pelling (author), Frank Cooper (photographer), Sarah Hannant (photographer), Kerry Davies (photographer)

Man dressed as a dear to celebrate jack in the green (photo: © Sara Hannant)

Man dressed as a dear to celebrate jack in the green

Bank holiday Monday saw the final day of the Jack in the Green festival and the May Day run which is a gathering of motorcyclists in Hastings.

HASTINGS PIER BROUGHT BACK TO LIFE BY WINNING FIRM

Published on by Crystalle Cox (author)

The Peoples Pier: fourteen months after start of construction. (photo: )

The Peoples Pier: fourteen months after start of construction.

Local pier is being designed by leading architecture firm.